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RenRe aims to raise $1bn in share sale | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Business

RenRe aims to raise $1bn in share sale | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Business

Bermuda

RenaissanceRe is looking to raise about $1 billion in capital through a sale of shares.The Bermudian-based reinsurer announced an underwritten public offering of 5.5 million of its common shares on Tuesday. At the same time, US insurer State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, which already owns approximately 4.4 per cent of RenaissanceRe’s total common shares outstanding, has agreed to buy a further $75 million worth of shares in a concurrent private placement, subject to the consumm
The Royal Gazette, 21 hours ago

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Police: Don't let them get away with it | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Police: Don't let them get away with it | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Police this evening appealed directly to people with knowledge of missing 26-year-old Chavelle Dillon-Burgess.The post, shared on social media, said: "We know someone knows what happened ... do you want those responsible to get away with it?"What if she were your mother, girlfriend or friend?"The statement told anyone concerned about speaking up that "we can help and work together, don’t let them get away with it".Friends of Ms Dillon-Burgess, the mother of an 18-month-old chi
The Royal Gazette, 2 days ago

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Championing transparency vital after virus | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Championing transparency vital after virus | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Public access to information will be vital in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.Gitanjali Gutierrez, the Information Commissioner, said that only through transparency would the public be able to fairly consider the actions taken to address Covid-19.She said: "Bermudians and residents may praise the Government’s response as life-saving or, alternatively, critique it as an overreaction. "Critically, this will be a dialogue based on engagement, one in which the Government has endeavo
The Royal Gazette, 3 days ago

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Jobs hope from space industry | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Jobs hope from space industry | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Rocket launches such as SpaceX could help to create job opportunities for Bermudians, the home affairs minister said.Walter Roban said that while technicians travel to Bermuda from overseas to assist with launches, Bermudians could be trained to fill some of those roles.Mr Roban said: "We are embarking on a programme of training Bermudian technicians to be able to assist with launch monitoring and observation in the future. "By having local technicians at the ready, Bermuda can offer
The Royal Gazette, 4 days ago

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Wainwright signs for Durham City | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Sport

Wainwright signs for Durham City | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda Sport

Bermuda

D’Andre Wainwright has joined fellow Bermudian Tevahn Tyrell at English non-League side Durham City.Wainwright, who represented Bermuda Under-20s at the Concacaf Under-20 Championships in Florida in 2018, previously had trials at English Football League clubs.The 20-year-old is a former Devonshire Colts and Somerset Trojans player. His compatriot Tyrell, who played for Robin Hood last season, signed for Durham City in February."We are delighted that D’Andre has agreed to join Durham
The Royal Gazette, 5 days ago

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Valedictorian Amali: the force is with you! | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Valedictorian Amali: the force is with you! | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

A young woman who admitted she once dreaded the thought of university has graduated at the top of her class.Amali Smith, 22, also shared the title of valedictorian with her best friend after four years at Wilberforce University in Ohio.She said: "It was a good feeling to be able to share that with one of my closest friends.""We both just pushed each other throughout our schooling.But she added: "It was never really a competition - we just hoped for the best for each other."
The Royal Gazette, 8 days ago

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Covid-19: 140 total cases | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Covid-19: 140 total cases | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Another confirmed case of Covid-19 has brought the island’s total to 140, it was revealed tonight.Kim Wilson, the health minister, said the case was among 115 test results that came back today.Ms Wilson said at a briefing that some of the cases seen had been linked to "insufficient shielding" and emphasised the need for protective measures.She added: "Shielding means protecting medically vulnerable persons from anyone who has contact outside of the home with others."The island
The Royal Gazette, 9 days ago

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One daycare cleared to reopen, four more apply | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

One daycare cleared to reopen, four more apply | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

Only one daycare centre has been given the green light to reopen, the Government said yesterday.A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health said the kindergarten had been granted approval to operate as part of Phase 2 of the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, which began last Thursday. The spokeswoman added that applications from four other daycare centres were being reviewed and that a list of approved ones would be posted on the government website. One daycare owner said yesterday
The Royal Gazette, 10 days ago

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Bermuda

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The Royal Gazette, 11 days ago

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Search for Chavelle: murder arrest made | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Search for Chavelle: murder arrest made | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda

A 39-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murdering Chavelle Dillon-Burgess over the weekend.Police announced the news as they revealed Ms Dillon- Burgess, who had been missing for several weeks, had probably "come to the gravest of harm".Detective Sergeant Jason Smith told a press conference on Saturday morning: "It is with a heavy heart that the Bermuda Police Service declare that the disappearance of Ms Chavelle Dillon-Burgess is being treated as a suspected case of murder."O
The Royal Gazette, 12 days ago

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